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Dryden Mill Bleach Plant and Pulp Machine Room sheeted in. April 12, 1982.
Building the New Mill in Dryden 1980Tanks in bleach plant and the frame for the pulp machine room going up. Big white blob in the background is the inflatable warehouse for pulp bale storage. Two large fans keep the tent erect.
Dryden Pulpmill, small digester floorThis was taken near the west end of the small digester floor (8 units) where the light is best, #7. (The 5 large digester floor was just above.) This man is tightening bolts which hold the lid on the cooking vessel. The heavy chute to connect to the chip bin above is one digester behind him on the floor. The chute is set just below the slide valve beside his head. The handwheel on the swiveling 90 elbow raises the chain with the hook to the lid. Everything is manual.
Dryden Paper CompanyThe elevated track might be for bringing coal to the steam plant. Which is in the center of the structure, where the hot well was later. The hot well, was an empty room except for a junction of pipes connecting to the new steam plant.
If that's the case, Mel Fisher and I guess this to be about 1946.
Dryden Mill Electrical Shop 1992Weyerhaeuser Pulp & Paper
Flakt Pulp Dryer under construction Dryden mill, June 28, 1981.
Dryden Pulpmill, pulp machine bldg. framedJanuary 1981
Horizontal orange bar is the overhead crane
Removing Rock for Pulpmill May 1980Large white object is an air-inflatible warehouse for pulp bale storage. Inflated by large blowers. Fork trucks enter via a two-door room. Outside door closes before inside door opens to prevent deflation.
Dryden's New Pulpmill under constructionJune 8, 1981. Powerhouse at lower left fed by penstock from dam. Finishing room (old St. Regis bag factory) at right.
Dryden Mill 1960sPulp Baling Line
Pulp Machine Layboy March 1980After the pulp sheet is drawn through the dryers, the cutter and slitters make sheets which are piled on the layboy. Then sent to the baling press and from there wrapped and banded and off loaded by fork trucks.
Guido Sittaro, Mike Frenette?, Guy Shoguchi, John Potter and Bruce Fread.
Pulpmachine and Stores Bldgs.April 4, 1981
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